Dreamfire - Atlantean Symphony

Dreamfire – Atlantean Symphony: 2018 Expanded edition (album)

  Release date: 27th April 2018 || Genre: Ambient/soundscape || Label: Minotauro Records There has been a recent upsurge in musical works which seem to have been written for the purpose of providing an audio background to movies which don’t exist. Or maybe they just don’t exist yet. Perhaps, one day, in the quest for new sources of […]

Collibus - Trusting The Illusion

Collibus – Trusting The Illusion (album)

Release date: 28th February 2018 || Genre: Prog metal || Label: No Dust Records Manchester based Collibus have really pulled out all the stops on this monstrous release. From the moment What We’ve All Become kicks in, you know you’ve cracked the seal on something beyond the usual. And as with all things musically strange, the reference […]

Witch Tripper - I, Of The Storm

Witch Tripper – I Of The Storm (album)

Release date: 14th April 2018 || Genre: Heavy metal || Label: Self-released Witch Tripper‘s I, Of The Storm opus seemed an odd one. It set a certain tone instantly, coming across as a classic-come-doom rock release with a thick layer of sleaze metal. However, later tracks were very strongly reliant on first wave thrash. The juxtaposition wasn’t […]

Aborted Fetus - The Ancient Spirits Of Decay

Aborted Fetus – The Ancient Spirits Of Decay (album)

Release date: 11th May 2018 || Genre: Brutal death metal || Label: Comatose Music As we’re starting to get some beautiful spring weather breaking through the unusually brutal cold snap of Siberian blizzards, it seems the perfect time to cover this. Aborted Fetus‘ latest offering is truly a collection of subtle and tender musical movements. Or maybe […]

Foul Body Autopsy - This Machine Kills Zombies

Foul Body Autopsy – This Machine Kills Zombies (album)

Release date: 24th March 2018 || Genre: Death metal || Label: self-released This Machine Kills Zombies is the second full length from Leicester based Foul Body Autopsy. This is a fairly diverse project for one man, to say the least. Yes, everything on TMKZ could fit roughly into the overall death metal bracket, but there are many, […]